Kostadinovska-Stojchevska: Open Balkan unites, resonates strongly through culture and concert performance with maestro Mehta


Saturday’s concert performance of the Belgrade Philharmonic led by maestro Zubin Mehta marked the end of the regional concert tour to celebrate the Belgrade Philharmonic’s centenary. As part of the Open Balkan initiative, the regional tour included performances in Belgrade, Tirana and Skopje, fostering stronger cultural ties between the three nations.
Culture Minister Bisera Kostadinovska-Stojchevska expressed satisfaction with the successful concert performances, highlighting their role in further strengthening cultural ties within the Open Balkan initiative. She pointed out that such events serve as a strong incentive for the affirmation of local values in the European context.
“Our unity in diversity is the message that guides us through the European integration processes. Thus united, we are an even greater force for the affirmation of local values towards Europe,” said Kostadinovska-Stojchevska.

the Law on the Origin of Property, Kovachevski said that this law was being worked on together with representatives from the EU and that the Office for the fight against corruption is also involved at the level of expertise.




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